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April 14, 2013, 11:36:23 PM
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Down down down.



And a market order back up to $91.


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April 14, 2013, 11:39:54 PM
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Down down down.

Masters just ended. Coin buying time. =)
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April 14, 2013, 11:40:24 PM
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The two BTC1k walls at $85 were pulled.  

Asks are very thin thin though.
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April 14, 2013, 11:42:01 PM
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Looks like it's "Dump & DDoS" time again.

Doesn't seem to have worked though, no gox lag and no panic (yet).

Fuck, this btc buisness is big stress
i not get any sleep, and need go to work also ;( lol

i just sold at 88, but if i have my usual luck
it will go back up now

So. You sold at 88 when it had spent a day at 100+, only a few hours before all the new fiat enters the market on Tokyo Monday morning. Hmm...

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April 14, 2013, 11:43:39 PM
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Yeah even in the daily swings, I see tons of trades such as selling 200 coins at $87.... when it was for example, $95 an hour ago.  These aren't even tiny trades, either.  I wonder why some people leave so much potential profit (if they're cashing out) on the table?

Question.  Are bids fulfilled by history / age?  If there was a 3K wall at $90, but then I added 100 coins on top of that (presuming no other trades), but someone only bought 3K worth (since it was older than mine), would my bid be left on the book then?  I would imagine the longest-standing order at any given price is fulfilled first, then worked backwards from.

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April 14, 2013, 11:47:50 PM
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Looks like it's "Dump & DDoS" time again.

Doesn't seem to have worked though, no gox lag and no panic (yet).

Fuck, this btc buisness is big stress
i not get any sleep, and need go to work also ;( lol

i just sold at 88, but if i have my usual luck
it will go back up now

So. You sold at 88 when it had spent a day at 100+, only a few hours before all the new fiat enters the market on Tokyo Monday morning. Hmm...

I am pretty stupid at this.. i buy back selling 2 times in 30min
leaving me with aprox same 100 coins i lose 0.5 coin
i will play this out with btc, and hope from tomorrow will go up Wink

I have 900-1000% profit and have stress
wonder how these people who play for real money feel
I would have 900-1000% more stress
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April 14, 2013, 11:54:34 PM
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the coins I had "parked" on BTC24  on the deposit address were moved
on 2013-04-14 22:10:02  (blockchain time)
 

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April 14, 2013, 11:55:37 PM
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Yeah even in the daily swings, I see tons of trades such as selling 200 coins at $87.... when it was for example, $95 an hour ago.  These aren't even tiny trades, either.  I wonder why some people leave so much potential profit (if they're cashing out) on the table?

Question.  Are bids fulfilled by history / age?  If there was a 3K wall at $90, but then I added 100 coins on top of that (presuming no other trades), but someone only bought 3K worth (since it was older than mine), would my bid be left on the book then?  I would imagine the longest-standing order at any given price is fulfilled first, then worked backwards from.

Yes. Orderbooks are filled best price then oldest time (first in first out) order.

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April 14, 2013, 11:56:56 PM
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Blockchained shows fiat back above $1.4B.  Going to be a wild ride next week.

Yeah even in the daily swings, I see tons of trades such as selling 200 coins at $87.... when it was for example, $95 an hour ago.  These aren't even tiny trades, either.  I wonder why some people leave so much potential profit (if they're cashing out) on the table?

Question.  Are bids fulfilled by history / age?  If there was a 3K wall at $90, but then I added 100 coins on top of that (presuming no other trades), but someone only bought 3K worth (since it was older than mine), would my bid be left on the book then?  I would imagine the longest-standing order at any given price is fulfilled first, then worked backwards from.

Yes. Orderbooks are filled best price then oldest time (first in first out) order.

Cool, thank you.

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April 14, 2013, 11:57:21 PM
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api is slower again, moody and bitcoinity are not catching it real time

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April 15, 2013, 12:04:32 AM
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Looks like it's "Dump & DDoS" time again.

Doesn't seem to have worked though, no gox lag and no panic (yet).

Fuck, this btc buisness is big stress
i not get any sleep, and need go to work also ;( lol

i just sold at 88, but if i have my usual luck
it will go back up now

So. You sold at 88 when it had spent a day at 100+, only a few hours before all the new fiat enters the market on Tokyo Monday morning. Hmm...

I am pretty stupid at this.. i buy back selling 2 times in 30min
leaving me with aprox same 100 coins i lose 0.5 coin
i will play this out with btc, and hope from tomorrow will go up Wink

I have 900-1000% profit and have stress
wonder how these people who play for real money feel
I would have 900-1000% more stress

For what it is worth, I don't think we have seen the retrace of the fall from $266 yet. We have seen the reflex bounces off the bottom, which did not even get to 50% of the peak. Because the run up took weeks then the retrace (which may top out between $170 and $220) could also take a week or two.
This is just my theory, not using any DeLorean time-machine...


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April 15, 2013, 12:07:39 AM
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Falling down...

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April 15, 2013, 12:09:44 AM
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the coins I had "parked" on BTC24  on the deposit address were moved
on 2013-04-14 22:10:02  (blockchain time)
 

Once you send those coins, they are in a shared wallet. They are not "your" coins any more. When you withdraw, your coins will be different ones.

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April 15, 2013, 12:17:39 AM
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the coins I had "parked" on BTC24  on the deposit address were moved
on 2013-04-14 22:10:02  (blockchain time)
 

Once you send those coins, they are in a shared wallet. They are not "your" coins any more. When you withdraw, your coins will be different ones.

I understand that, but they were moved just around the time Simon made a new statement on reddit
what can this mean??
are they getting ready to get back online?

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April 15, 2013, 12:27:14 AM
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Yeah even in the daily swings, I see tons of trades such as selling 200 coins at $87.... when it was for example, $95 an hour ago.  These aren't even tiny trades, either.  I wonder why some people leave so much potential profit (if they're cashing out) on the table?

Question.  Are bids fulfilled by history / age?  If there was a 3K wall at $90, but then I added 100 coins on top of that (presuming no other trades), but someone only bought 3K worth (since it was older than mine), would my bid be left on the book then?  I would imagine the longest-standing order at any given price is fulfilled first, then worked backwards from.

Yes. Orderbooks are filled best price then oldest time (first in first out) order.

Just out of curiosity (and I'm sure I could find the answer if I looked), what happens if there's a sell at say 89 and a buy at 91?

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April 15, 2013, 12:31:27 AM
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April 15, 2013, 12:33:38 AM
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April 15, 2013, 12:35:11 AM
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Yeah even in the daily swings, I see tons of trades such as selling 200 coins at $87.... when it was for example, $95 an hour ago.  These aren't even tiny trades, either.  I wonder why some people leave so much potential profit (if they're cashing out) on the table?

Question.  Are bids fulfilled by history / age?  If there was a 3K wall at $90, but then I added 100 coins on top of that (presuming no other trades), but someone only bought 3K worth (since it was older than mine), would my bid be left on the book then?  I would imagine the longest-standing order at any given price is fulfilled first, then worked backwards from.

Yes. Orderbooks are filled best price then oldest time (first in first out) order.

Just out of curiosity (and I'm sure I could find the answer if I looked), what happens if there's a sell at say 89 and a buy at 91?

That's  when an orderbook is crossed.  However, the exchange should net them off and uncross it. So this happens when the market is halted, after trading hours, or during an exchange technical problem. Display issues on trading software can make it look like an old order is present - when it really isn't there.. :-)

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